When the Feds raided the Carter after Pookie wore the wire and started gettin’ high off of the product. Nino Brown had the CMB meet him at his crib!! Somebody had to pay for bringin’ that dun in and screwin’ up the operation! Nino put the sword through Kareem’s hang and everybody was shook!
I could imagine how the exit meetings went down at Bankers Life Fieldhouse this week. Herb Simon, the owner of the Pacers, walkin’ into the room like Nino with the Rottweiler growlin’ at boyz and everybody’s shook because that dun put a lot of trust into Larry Bird to make this joint happen. Bird fired Frank Vogel after last season when the dun had actually done a great job with what he had.
Don’t ever forget that Frank took the Pacers to the Eastern Conference championship twice with a dun named “Skittles and Lemonheads.” So he wasn’t the problem. Not only did he fire Frank but he didn’t even attempt to interview anyone outside of the organization.
He made all types of moves last sunmmer pickin’ up Jeff Teauge, Thaddeus Young and Al Jefferson thinkin’ that they would become a better team but they didn’t. They won three less games than they did in the previous season and they got swept in the first round by the Cavs. On some real talk, they should never have been a bottom feeder in the playoffs anyway. This team had the talent this year to be a 3 or 4 seed.
So back to Nino! Ole boy walks in and starts askin’ boyz for answers and ole Larry jumps up to explain how the Carter got raided. And ole boy G Money’s him with the classic line, “Sit yo five dollar butt down before I make change!” And that’s the edited version. He goes on to say, “Somebody’s gotta get outta the ride bruh. Either you’re gonna jump out or get pushed out like ole Eddie Kane Jr. But either way one of these seats is about to be empty playboy.”
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Everybody and their baby’s momma was screamin’ for Nate McMillan’s head after the sweep by Cleveland. I told everybody that would listen, “If Nate’s gone then Larry’s gotta go with him. You can’t push Nate out of the ride without Larry holdin’ on to his front pockets.” Why? Because Nate was mindin’ his own business when Larry drug him into this foolishness. Frank was cool bruh!!
They just needed some more offensive weapons!! They could have made those SAME moves with Frank as the head coach last summer. He wasn’t the dun buyin’ the groceries. Larry was!!! So to fire him because Bird wanted to score more points wasn’t on Frank. It’s on the dun buyin’ the groceries. Bird was buyin’ the groceries.
So the Pacers can tell it like they want to plavboy but in my mind I’m runnin’ it back like it’s New Jack City!! Somebody had to take the fall and Nino didn’t want ole boy to look bad. So he probably pushed him outta the ride but they told everybody that he jumped out on his own. That’s my story and I’m stickin’ with it. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Carter: noun – an apartment buildin’ in the movie New Jack City
2) New Jack City: noun – movie released in 1991 about a crew of street cats that called themsleves the CMB (Cash Money Brothers) that took over the drug game in New York City. They were eventually broken up and killed because boyz got too comfortable by trustin’ the wrong duns.
3) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
4) Skittles and Lemonheads: noun – Roy Hibbert
The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!
I don’t know if ole boy was forced out or not. This is just the eyes that I see it out of.